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Die Auswanderung Aus Dem Herzogtum Braunschweig Im Kräftespiel Staatliche Einflussnahme und Öffentlicher Resonanz 1720-1897
Author : Cornelia Pohlmann
Publisher : Franz Steiner Verlag
Release Date : 2002
ISBN : 9783515080545
Pages : 373 pages
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